Our Top 9 FREE Lace Shawl Knitting Patterns UPDATED FOR 2018!
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We can’t get enough of lace here at LK, and right now we have a particular love for gorgeous lace shawls. We’ve rounded up nine of our favourite free knitting and crochet patterns so you can make your very own timeless garment, so what are you waiting for – grab some needles or hooks and get crafting!
1. Stunning Haruni Shawl
We adore the rich, jewel-coloured yarn used for this intricate knit. Haruni was designed by knitterain and is a free pattern on Craftsy.
2. Beaded Sunset Shawl
Veronica Shaw’s one-ball shawlette is the perfect accessory for the spring and summer seasons. We love the sparkly beaded edge! Make this beaded shawl for under £11.50!
3. Easy Asymmetrical Shawl
Designed by LifeIsCozy on Ravelry, this pretty shawl is quick and straightforward to knit. It’s an asymmetrical design that looks like a skewed triangle. Download this simple shawl on Ravelry.
4. Amazing Aeolian Shawl
‘Aeolian’ relates to wind’s ability to shape the surface of the Earth. The designer named this pattern after the aeolian erosion in the Mohave desert! Find this stunning free shawl pattern on Knitty.
5. Exquisite Estonian Lace Shawl
This pretty knit has a lovely twig-effect pattern running throughout. Check out Tasha Knits for the free shawl pattern.
6. Garter Stitch Shawl
Designed by Jan Henley, this simply stylish accessory is worked mostly in garter stitch. Download this easy garter stitch shawl pattern today!
7. Lovely Lotus Shawl
Perfect for long summer days! Stand out with this gorgeous golden accessory. Click here to find our free lotus flower shawl pattern.
8. Easy Eyelet Shawl
Prove that less is more with this simply stylish garter stitch and eyelet shawl. It’s worked in pure cotton so is perfect for spring/summer. Download Laurie Beardsley’s beginners’ eyelet shawl pattern from Cascade Yarns®.
9. All-Seasons Shawl
The must-knit accessory for year-round style! Download our classic rectangular shawl for free.
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